Our beautifully presented candlelight breakfast served in our Scottish Highland dining room is the highlight of an enjoyable stay at Brambleberry. We serve our own natural homegrown pork as ham, sausage and bacon for as long as our yearly supply holds out (we butcher pigs in mid-September). We also feature as much fresh organic produce as possible from our kitchen gardens during the growing season.
All our jams are homemade using our own organic fruits. We serve maple syrup we make here on the farm as long as our supply for the year lasts.
Brambleberry serves its guests more healthy, organic slow food grown onsite than any other B&B in Wisconsin. We also buy locally sourced Wisconsin products when necessary.
Sherry frequently enjoys incorporating Scottish, British and Irish recipes for breakfast also.
Early risers will find coffee, tea, cocoa and hot cider waiting for them on the dining room buffet. This along with Sherry's yummy homemade jams and bread for toasting will satisfy early-morning cravings until our bountiful, full breakfast is served in our dining room at 9 a.m.
Anyone needing breakfast before 8:30 a.m. will receive a light breakfast basket. If you prefer, we can deliver a breakfast tray to your room at any time.
The room features a large antique banquet table, able to seat ten. Our windows, with great views of the countryside, are dressed in Chris's family tartan from the Farquharson Clan. A picture of Braemer Castle, home of Clan Farquharson, hangs above the china cabinet which belonged to Chris's great-great grandmother.
Scottish stained glass roundels featuring Highland cattle, sheep, Scottish thistle, a bagpiper and historical figures accent the windows. Chris's whitetail deer trophies are displayed on the walls.